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Cheap Flights To Toronto, Canada

Toronto OffersBook By 27 Aug 2024
Departing AirlineTravel datesPrice
Montreal West Jet01 May 2024 - 17 Oct 2024frC$282.00
Montreal West Jet10 Jan 2025 - 27 Feb 2025frC$291.00
Richmond Air Transat28 Oct 2024 - 31 Dec 2024frC$353.00
Calgary, AB West Jet19 Dec 2024 - 23 Jan 2025frC$392.00
Richmond Air Transat15 Mar 2025 - 25 Apr 2025frC$420.00
Richmond Air Transat05 Apr 2025 - 26 May 2025frC$442.00
Calgary, AB Air Transat24 Sep 2024 - 13 Nov 2024frC$452.00
Flights to Flights.HtmC$452

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A must-see for the whole family, Toronto’s stunning skyline of high-rise buildings is ostentatious and grand, belying the humble provincial beginnings the city rose up from generations ago. Now a vibrant financial powerhouse, there are plenty of sights for young and old alike.

Starting with Toronto’s iconic CN Tower, you’ll be wowed by the breath-taking panoramic views of the city from the large observation platform. Then, once you’re back on firm ground, it’s just a short walk from there to the ornate Union Station built in 1873. Don’t forget to stop by the Toronto Dominion Centre too, where you can take in the amazing sights of the Toronto Dominion Gallery of Inuit Art. Nearby lies the substantially sized Eaton Center, part of the main shopping area, where you can pick up some beautiful boutique items as well as designer fashion too.

Hungry? You will be now you’ve worked up an appetite! For a fantastic range of cheap eats to high end restaurants, head towards King St West, Queen St West and West Queen West. Many of the chefs aim to cook with plenty of traditional Canadian ingredients such as fish and wild game in particular for a real taste of home. Then kick back with a drink at one of Toronto’s traditional beer hall pubs. Here you’ll find a delicious selection of craft beers and ales from any number of small local breweries, so there’s plenty to try.

plenty of things to see and only a short journey away, what’s not to like?! Browse through our full range of flights to Toronto now, including first class and business class flights too.

5 Things You Need to Know About Toronto

Toronto offers an inspiring mix of modern with traditional which means fun for all the family. But to make sure you enjoy it as much as possible, it’s worth getting clued up on a few things before you get packing:

Time Difference:
• Calgary: UTC -6 hours
• Manitoba: UTC -5 hours
• Montreal: No time difference
• Edmonton: UTC -6 hours
• Saskatoon: UTC -6 hours

Currency: Canadian Dollars ($)
Native Language: English
Weather: It’s widely considered that the best time to visit Toronto is from late April through to late May, and then from mid-September through to mid-October. During these times, you'll have a good chance for pleasant weather without being too hot and crowded. There are plenty of cultural events and pedestrian markets to enjoy too.
Sales Tax: 13%

Flying to Toronto from the rest of Canada

Before you start planning your trip, here’s everything you’ll need to know when flying to Toronto.

Flight Times

• Calgary to Toronto: 4 hours
• Manitoba to Toronto: 2.5 hours
• Montreal to Toronto: 1 hour
• Edmonton to Toronto: 4 hours
• Saskatoon to Toronto: 3.5 hours

Entry Requirements

Not applicable.

Airlines That Fly into Toronto

The following airlines currently offer direct flights from cities throughout Canada into Toronto:
- Air Canada
- WestJet
- Air Transat

The Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)

It’s only $3 to take the Toronto’s public transit system, the TTC, from the airport, but it may mean a long ride, with lots of transfers. The 192 Airport Rocket bus to Kipling station is the best bet for getting to the subway, while the 58A Malton bus will take you along Lawrence Avenue, through the northern part of Toronto, to Lawrence West subway station. Catch these, as well as other buses from Brampton Transit, Mississauga Transit and GO Transit (buses to points in and beyond the Greater Toronto Area), on the ground-floor level of Terminals 1 and 3.


Cost: $60 to downtown Toronto
Time: 30 minutes
Taxi fares to and from Pearson Airport are set by the zone you’re travelling to or from in the city, but figure about $50–$60 for downtown locations, and $75 to points east of downtown. Vehicles are plentiful and are available on the ground floor of Terminals 1 and 3.


Cost: $24 to downtown Toronto
Time: 25 minutes
A rail link that connects passengers from the downtown core to Pearson Airport. Departures are every 15 minutes from Union Station, or Bloor and Weston GO stations. For adults and students, the cost is $12-24, for seniors $6-$12, while kids 12 and under are free. You can also buy a family ticket (two adults and up to three kids under 19) for $25.

10 Toronto Must-Dos

Make the most of your time in Toronto using our list of the ten main things to see while you’re there:

- Ripley's Aquarium Of Canada
- St. Lawrence Market
- CN Tower
- Royal Conservatory of Music
- Eaton Center
- Ed Mirvish Theatre
- Toronto Islands
- Steam Whistle Brewery
- The AGO, Art Gallery of Ontario
- Union Station

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